Entry of a confined space on board the cargo ship SUNTIS in Goole Docks, Humberside on 26 May 2014 resulting in three fatalities
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The Merchant Shipping (Accident Reporting and Investigation) Regulations 2012 provide for the Chief Inspector of Marine Accidents to make recommendations at any time during the course of an investigation if, in his opinion, it is necessary or desirable to do so.
In co-operation with the Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB), the German Federal Bureau of Maritime Casualty Investigation (BSU) is carrying out an investigation into the deaths of three crew members from the German flagged cargo vessel, Suntis, in Goole Docks on 26 May 2014.